It’s Your Up – this Saturday at Santa Monica Public Library

I’m doing actor stuff in a Directors’ Showcase this weekend! You should come see!

This Saturday, November 21st, at 2 PM at the Santa Monica Public Library, four directors will be putting up various works for the general public. I’ll be in a very funny satire on realtors. The one-act takes place in Arizona about 3-4 years ago when the whole housing market was just on the verge of going bust. I play a young husband looking at a house he can’t afford. From the press release:

Misti Barnes will be directing a scene from her original webisode series entitled, It’s Your Up, a satire about realtors who’ll do anything to make a sale in a small town where the competition is fierce.

The Santa Monica Public Library is at 601 Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90401. Visit SMPL.org or call (310) 458-8600 for more information.

Click through for the full press release.

Live!  Theatre!

Directors’ Showcase

Santa Monica, California –Saturday, November 21st at 2PM, Santa Monica Public Library presents a live theatre showcase featuring four award-winning directors.  Edward Edwards will be directing a scene from Sure Thing, a comedy one-act about two people who meet in a cafe and find themselves falling in love during a conversational minefield, written by David Ives; Misti Barnes will be directing a scene from her original webisode series entitled, It’s Your Up, a satire about realtors who’ll do anything to make a sale in a small town where the competition is fierce; Nancy Linehan Charles will be directing a scene from her original screenplay, American Circus, a Secret Service love story.  Louis Yansen will be directing a scene from a play by Hugh Fitzgerald called Father’s Day about two brothers preparing themselves for a visit from their father who abandoned them as children 20 years ago.  Each scene will run approximately ten-minutes in length. At the conclusion of the four scenes, there will be a Q & A with the audience.  The Showcase is being produced by Gerry Welles.

This program series is free and all ages are welcome.  Space is limited and on a first arrival basis. For more information, visit http://www.smpl.org or contact the Santa Monica Public Library at (310) 458-8600.  The Santa Monica Public Library is wheelchair accessible. For special disabled services, call Library Administration (310) 458-8606.

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